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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Galaxies can ofteneach other withoutany damage causedOther times, twogalaxies can mergeand Did you know? 126,294,518,818,000 Earths lined up. Have you ever seen a picture of our Milky Way from a ?Actually, has ever seen it in that perspective! Those picturesyou see are Spiral Galaxies Newest stars are in the middle while older ones are on the outside. Long arms of stars spiral around the center Stars in spiral galaxies typically orbit in one direction and create a very disk shape The Milky Way Galaxy is equivalent to the length of Elliptical Galaxies no one bird's-eye-view artisticinterpretations. A galaxy is a cluster of stars,gasses, dust, planets, and othertypes of matter. It is believed that all galaxies contain a blackhole in the center, which is why so much matter orbitsaround one point. Galaxies structured Elliptical galaxies range in shape Circular Oval Shaped Cigar-Shaped Image from Hubble Telescope Irregular Galaxies While spiral galaxies have a more structured, two-dimensional shape, elliptical galaxies may be shaped in more diverse ways. Being the most abundant typeof galaxy in our universe, thesegalaxies lack the distinctive shapeof arms. pass through become one. Elliptical galaxies are many times shaped like a bent disk. Irregular galaxies are uncommon and usually result when two galaxies collide or almost collide. These galaxies have no definite structure or orbit, and differ in shape. It's believed that galaxies were createdwhen, after the big bang,stars began to formand then gather into clusters, whicheventually became galaxies.
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